Category: Crime

Leadership of Azerbaijani MoD visits Alley of Martyrs

Published by Azer News By Trend Azerbaijani Defense Minister, Colonel-General Zakir Hasanov and the leadership of the ministry visited the Alley of Martyrs in connection with the January 20 tragedy, Trend reports on Jan. 20 citing the defense ministry. “The memory of the martyrs who died for the freedom and independence of our Motherland was

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Florida high school student shot by another, prompting lockdown

Published by Orlando Sentinel ORLANDO, Fla. — A Seminole High School student shot another student Wednesday, prompting police to lock down the Sanford campus for several hours as they investigated. Just before noon, school resource officers received a report of a weapon on campus and then students told them they heard gunshots. A few minutes

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Oakland joins growing list of California cities to ban ghost guns

Published by The Mercury News SAN JOSE, Calif. — Oakland on Tuesday became the latest California city to ban the components for easy-to-assemble and impossible-to-trace “ghost guns,” whose popularity has spiked in recent years, amid a wave of gun violence in the city. The ordinance, which passed unopposed, takes aim at the rapid proliferation of

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Jaguars Player Was Reportedly Arrested On Sunday

Published by The Spun By Daniel Bates A Jaguars defender was charged with a second-degree felony on Sunday. According to reports, Jacksonville linebacker Lerentee McCray made an “obscene hand gesture” towards a police officer. Then fled a traffic stop. McCray is said to have reached speeds of 100 mph. And swerved across three lanes trying

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Tunisia freedoms at risk after protest crackdown: rights groups

Published by Al-Araby Freedoms are imperilled in Tunisia after the violent suppression of protests against President Kais Saied last week, rights groups warned Tuesday. Police on Friday cracked down heavily as hundreds gathered to rally against a July 2021 “coup” by Saied in Tunisia, the birthplace of the Arab Spring revolts against authoritarianism. “It is

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DOTr urged to let partially-vaccinated commute amid ‘no vax, no ride’ policy

Published by Philippine Star MANILA, Philippines — Progressive group Akbayan urged the Department of Transportation to allow partially-vaccinated commuters aboard public transportation amid the enforcement of its new “no vaccination, no ride” policy while senators called the rule an added burden if vaccination is not made more accessible to the people. Under the DOTr’s department

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Investigation into whether top gov’t officials broke Covid-19 rules will not be ‘left unresolved,’ Hong Kong leader says

Published by Hong Kong Free Press The investigation into whether 15 government officials who attended Chinese official Witman Hung’s now infamous birthday party violated Covid-19 rules is “ongoing” and will not be “left unresolved,” Chief Executive Carrie Lam said on Tuesday, after two top officials left Penny’s Bay. Secretary for Home Affairs Caspar Tsui and

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